Da: as a Youtube star, so­cial me­dia in­flu­encer, en­tre­pre­neur, model, etc., do you have any­thing re­sem­bling a “typ­i­cal day at work”? tK:

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Well, I don’t think there is such a thing as a typ­i­cal work­day in my in­dus­try. But as an ex­am­ple: I wake up, hit the gym, shoot videos, talk or meet with my man­ager, do my meet­ings, head to act­ing class and just go from there. Ev­ery day is re­ally dif­fer­ent, though, which makes life re­ally in­ter­est­ing and fun.

It’s al­ways re­ally im­por­tant that your videos and ed­its are well put to­gether, and pleas­ant to watch. Also, I be­lieve that I’ve al­ways con­nected with my fans in a spe­cial way.

That it’s easy or that we don’t work hard, when it’s ac­tu­ally re­ally time con­sum­ing. A lot of hard, pas­sion­ate work goes into mak­ing this ca­reer—or any ca­reer—hap­pen. Think about how many things we have to be able to do to just make videos: You have to be able to write, di­rect, shoot and edit. On top of be­ing creative, you have to try and find a great man­ager or agent to han­dle busi­ness matters so that you can con­tinue to move your ca­reer for­ward in the di­rec­tion you’d like to go.

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